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Open Season

Dave Witherow’s book, Open Season, An Angler’s Life in New Zealand, sat on my to-read shelf for weeks.

I know little about fishing and my interest in it is no better than my knowledge. 173 more words

Books

Spring Fishing At Smith Mountain Lake

Up until today I have never written a blog on fishing, but that is because this blog was established during the heart of hunting season last year. 329 more words

If You Like The Country And Fishing Templeton Is For You.

Do you like to fish? Do you like the quiet country living style of Templeton but still need quick access to the highway? Do you dream of building your own home…exactly the way you want it? 94 more words

Amy Mullen

Targeting Prespawn Bass in Colorado

When people ask me about how I gained my love for bass fishing, it wasn’t from my experiences fishing professionally and as an amateur at some of the well known bass lakes across the United States. 811 more words

Colorado

A beautiful county...Cornwall

Cornwall is a very special place for me, and I’m so lucky to have been able to spend some time down there last week. Below are a few images from the Padstow area: 25 more words

Photography

McCloud and the moon . . .

Just a few weeks . . . And this truck will be disappearing into a vortex of dust . . . and wonder . . .

Tenkara

Review: Soho Rep’s ‘Washeteria,’ Staged in a Brooklyn Storefront by ALEXIS SOLOSKI


By ALEXIS SOLOSKI

The theater’s first all-ages play, staged in a formerly vacant storefront in Brooklyn, is a lightly absurdist take on a coin laundry. 13 more words